17 4/8 Base Desert RamContributors to this thread:
Chief 419 08-May-20
[email protected] 12-May-20
Mountain sheep 13-May-20
Spiral Horn 13-May-20
Pretty wild looking ram. I think he was lopsided but quite a beast. Clark Kingston range in Ca. 184 and change BC. That’s some better habitat for archery than where I hunted in the Cadys three years ago. Steep volcanic rock with no cover.
Wow, that is just huge
That's a pig of a ram!
Insanely cool ram
From: Chief 419
That's the ram of a lifetime! Congratulations.
His body looks pretty hefty for a desert ram and being old. Some good genetics there. I heard that his ram has the largest measured bases of any ram taken in CA.
What a Ram
Good luck, Robb
Thing looks like it was dug out of a glacier!
Ram looks old too....
What a cool animal!
From: [email protected]
What an awesome old ram!!!!!
Ram has longer fur/heavier coat than I recall ever seeing, even northern sheep.
Clark Kingston has been a hunt unit for decades if in fact that is where it was taken.
Wow, what a magnificent animal. Congratulations
From: Mountain sheep
What a toad, he looks 9 to 10 yo.
From: Spiral Horn
Massive! Would love to see the other side
With bases like that I would have though it scored more than 184, my bighorn has 16 1/2 in bases and goes 181 without all that mass carried out to the broomed off horns. Great ram !
Man, that was a reading comprehension fail on my part. Matt's right, old unit. Incorrect info edited.
Here’s the hunter with the ram. Left side scored 98”